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The North West is known for rich platinum deposits but mining communities live in poverty and question what benefits mining companies have brought.
VIDEO: Human Rights Watch has conducted an investigation into the dozens of bodies found in a river in the city of Aleppo, Syria, earlier this year.
Angie Motshekga is way too busy these days to notice the outrage over her poor leadership. Clearly her department is in need of a (Harlem) shake-up.
Surrounded by mine dumps, Tudor Shaft informal settlement has radiation levels comparable to that of Chernobyl. The health risks are unknown.
Three of the M&G’s 200 YSA discuss the country’s unemployment issues and the controversial topic of male initiation.
VIDEO: After three months of scouring the nation, we finally reveal who make up the M&G 200 Young South Africans.
From male chickens who lose their penises to boost their mating chances to Julius Malema's return to politics, here's this week's headlines.